Street racer escapes cops

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Cm452
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Re: Street racer escapes cops

Postby Cm452 » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:51 pm

Well, excuse me then, but I couldn't tell if you were being snyde, hyperbolic, or just trying to illustrate a point.
I never claimed to be learned, after all, I am a student :D
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Re: Street racer escapes cops

Postby Nychold » Fri Oct 17, 2008 2:56 pm

Cm452 wrote:Well, excuse me then, but I couldn't tell if you were being snyde, hyperbolic, or just trying to illustrate a point.
I never claimed to be learned, after all, I am a student :D
-Cm


Nah, it's cool. No hard feelings. :) And I'm always into hyperbolic stuff. Oh wait...that has an English meaning too, doesn't it? Rats. :lol:

My point was just that it's impossible to judge a person's reactions when that person is still learning about the world. I guess you can say that's true of most people, but of students it's worse because they're quite open to new possibilities, and therefore, highly experimental. People who have no desire to go (back) to school would be a far better test group since they've (for the most part) already adopted who they are and have little or no desire to change that.
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